Tag Archives: Singapore Travel Blogger

Explore Asia’s Biggest Traveling Winter Playground and Singapore’s Largest Snow Wonderland!

Embark on a journey into a winter paradise as Ice Magic, the largest touring pop-up winter playground in Asia, opens its gates from 9 December 2023 to 21 January 2024. Covering an expansive 3,000 square meters, this enchanting winter wonderland offers real snow and a plethora of frosty activities. Continue reading Explore Asia’s Biggest Traveling Winter Playground and Singapore’s Largest Snow Wonderland!

[Japan Travels] A Perfect Day in Nara: One-Day Trip Itinerary for Exploring History, Deer, and Culture

Exploring Nara on a day trip from either Kyoto or Osaka is a must for many travelers, as it offers a wealth of cultural and historical experiences, along with the charming Nara Deer Park. Here’s a concise free and easy itinerary for your one-day Nara adventure: Continue reading [Japan Travels] A Perfect Day in Nara: One-Day Trip Itinerary for Exploring History, Deer, and Culture

Travel Guide: A Day Trip to Kluang (居銮) Johor – FREE & EASY Itinerary

My last visit to Kluang was 10 years ago with my Uni mates and this time round to revisit and explore new places. Kluang is known for its rail coffee, street arts and organic farming. We spent almost a day discovering this city.

Here is my recommended FREE & EASY itinerary to share if you are planning for a weekend trip. I also included family-friendly activities for the family trip. Continue reading Travel Guide: A Day Trip to Kluang (居銮) Johor – FREE & EASY Itinerary

[M’SIA HOTEL REVIEW] Kota Kinabalu Marriott Hotel 2D1N Stay Review

My first time to Sabah, Kota Kinabalu Malaysia for a 2D1N trip over the weekend. I was searching for a place to stay and decided on Kota Kinabalu Marriott Hotel. This 5-star hotel has a total of 332 rooms with a balcony and its location is close to Centre Point. We paid for less than RM400 per night. Continue reading [M’SIA HOTEL REVIEW] Kota Kinabalu Marriott Hotel 2D1N Stay Review

[M’SIA TRAVELS] Sunset View at Tanjung Aru Beach | Kota Kinabalu | Sabah | Malaysia

Tanjung Aru Beach is a popular destination or locals and tourists to watch sunset at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. I was in Kota Kinabalu for a weekend trip and decided to head down on Saturday evening to check it out. The beach and island vistas along Sabah’s coast are mostly amazing with rewarding experiences, especially marine life in the world. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] Sunset View at Tanjung Aru Beach | Kota Kinabalu | Sabah | Malaysia

[M’sia Travels] Half Day Tour at Mari Mari Cultural Village | Sabah | Malaysia

My first time to Sabah was a short trip over the weekend. With limited time in Kota Kinabalu, I must choose which activities that I can explore to learn more about Sabah. Thus, I decided to go for Mari Mari Cultural Village tour. While Kota Kinabalu is known for mountain climbing, there are many other attractions to explore too. Mari Mari Cultural Village lets you discover the five different Borneo ethnic groups in Sabah, Malaysia. Continue reading [M’sia Travels] Half Day Tour at Mari Mari Cultural Village | Sabah | Malaysia

[OSAKA EATS] The 5 CM Katsudon Chiyomatsu by Former Sumo Wrestler at Dotonbori Main Store Osaka

Katsudon Chiyomatsu is a popular katsudon shop opened by former sekitori ( sumo wrestler). It is known for its special 5cm pork cutlet/ katsu bowl so we decided to give it a try. We reached the store around 7pm and queued for an hour plus before securing our seat. The store has limited space with only 12 seats at the U-shaped counter. Diners get to watch chef on action while waiting for food to be served. Continue reading [OSAKA EATS] The 5 CM Katsudon Chiyomatsu by Former Sumo Wrestler at Dotonbori Main Store Osaka

[Kyoto Hotel Review] 22 Pieces Hotel Kyoto | Japan

We were searching for 2D1N stay in Kyoto for our recent trip to Kyoto and finally decided on 22 Pieces. 22 Pieces hotel is in Minami Ward, a neighbourhood in Kyoto, Japan. The hotel is approximately 4 minutes’ walk from Kyoto station.22 Pieces is a 22-room inn that stands quietly in a quiet residential area. A studio-type room with an area of ​​34 to 36 m2 and a kitchen has 3 single beds and 1 sofa bed.
It is available for 2 to 4 people. We booked via here instead of their official website. Continue reading [Kyoto Hotel Review] 22 Pieces Hotel Kyoto | Japan

[JAPAN TRAVELS] A Day Trip to Amanohashidate: The Flying Dragon of “Kyoto by the Sea”

Amanohashidate (天橋立) is one of Japan’s three scenic views. Amanohashidate, the meaning is referred to roughly bridge in heaven and is a 3.6-km-long, pine tree covered sand bar. It spans across Miyazu Bay on the Tango Peninsula, northern Kyoto Prefecture. We decided to take a free and easy day trip to northern Kyoto during our recent trip to Kyoto. If you prefer a tour instead, you can consider this pre-purchase day trip tour here. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] A Day Trip to Amanohashidate: The Flying Dragon of “Kyoto by the Sea”

Brisbane: Why this Aussie destination is the next big thing for Gen Z

As the largest and most populous city in Queensland, Brisbane is one of the most important commercial centres in Australia. With its burgeoning art and food scenes, diverse cultural events, and relatively low cost of living, Brisbane is quickly becoming a favoured destination for Gen Z. Continue reading Brisbane: Why this Aussie destination is the next big thing for Gen Z